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What are the odds of this thing actually being a skull?
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>>10718512
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidolia
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>>10718515

I counter your proposition.

This has something that your examples do not portray.

The coloration matches skull expectation as well, not just general shape. Hence, why I provided it. The "teeth" shapes are noticeably whiter/brighter than the surrounding pieces.
I didn't pull the coloring out of my ass, that came from MSL's upload.

Those examples show shape resemblances, and not necessarily direct color matches to detailed structure points. My "pareidolia" is more defined by every example in your image, by at least one detail point.
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>>10718525
>My "pareidolia" is more defined *than* every example in your image, by at least one detail point.
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>>10718525
>coloration
>monochrome image
???
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>>10718512
We can reasonably say "there is no chance it is a skull"
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0%, it's a fucking rock you dummy
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>>10718515
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>>10718770
Saved
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>>10718512
Literally 0.00%
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>>10718512
Extremely low based on the evidence shown.
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>>10718512
where the fuck do you see a skull?
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>>10718770
Fucking kek.
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>>10718515
Nigga, that thing on the right is a fucking martian rock crab, how do you not know this?
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>>10718770
You retard, that's clearly an English Brig, not a snail!
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>>10718515
Ive always felt the thing in your pic called "cave painting" was some kind of fossilized creature.
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>>10718512
less than 0
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>>10718525
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2d/Viking_moc_face_20m.gif
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>>10718512
>What are the odds
...about tree-fiddy.



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